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Topic - Angela D. Alsobrooks
Prince George's County prosecutors had planned to seek the death penalty after suspected drug couriers were charged in the vicious execution-style killings of two women and two toddlers inside a trash-filled Lanham apartment.
A Prince George's County deputy sheriff once charged with the rape of an inmate in his custody has pleaded guilty to lesser counts after the woman told investigators the sex was consensual, according to prosecutors.
Two men arrested after threatening to go on shooting sprees last year in Prince George's County faced misdemeanor charges that were far less severe than the nature of the threats made, according to prosecutors supporting legislation that would make it a felony to issue threats of mass violence in Maryland.
A Prince George's County Circuit Court judge declared a mistrial Monday in the double murder trial of Jason Thomas Scott, who is accused of killing a Largo woman and her daughter.
Authorities have charged a 20-year-old Maryland man in the fatal shooting last year of an 18-year-old high school student.
A D.C. police officer killed a 20-year-old aspiring sheriff's deputy and left their baby to die in a sweltering car because he did not want to have to pay her for child support, Prince George's County prosecutors said Monday as the officer's double-murder trial began.
Crime is down across the board in Prince George’s County, officials announced with great fanfare Wednesday.
A former Metro supervisor was sentenced to nine months in jail for stealing more than $24,500 by falsifying three employees' time sheets, Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks announced Monday.
Prince George's prosecutors say violations of the county's dance-hall law remain prevalent, despite a crackdown that resulted in guilty pleas Wednesday from the first club operators charged under the new statute.
Two operators of a Capitol Heights-area nightclub that was the site of a deadly drive-by shooting are expected to plead guilty Wednesday to violating Prince George's County's newly enacted law governing dance halls, prosecutors said.
A year and a half after three Prince George's County police officers were videotaped beating a University of Maryland student who had taken to the street with others to celebrate a victory by the men's basketball team, two of the officers involved have been indicted.
Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks announced her intention to seek the death penalty against Mr. Bellard in 2011 — the first time a county prosecutor pursued a capital punishment case since 2005 — due to the vicious nature of the crime.
Describing a July incident in which a Crofton, Md., man made threats to his former employer over the phone that referenced the movie theater shootings in Aurora, Colo., Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks said current state law fell short.